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Gun (30-Jul-2010)

Director: Jessy Terrero

Writer: 50 Cent

Original Score by: Ben Zarai; David Allen Kitchens

Producers: Richard Jackson; Randal Emmett; 50 Cent; George Furla

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
50 Cent
Rapper
6-Jul-1975   Wanksta, P.I.M.P.
Val Kilmer
Actor
31-Dec-1959   Real Genius
John Larroquette
Actor
25-Nov-1947   Night Court
AnnaLynne McCord
Actor
16-Jul-1987   Naomi Clark on 90210
Elise Neal
Actor
14-Mar-1966   Yvonne on The Hughleys
James Remar
Actor
31-Dec-1953   The Warriors
Danny Trejo
Actor
16-May-1944   Ex-con turned character actor

CAST

50 Cent   ...   Rich
Val Kilmer   ...   Angel
AnnaLynne McCord   ...   Gabriella
Charles Malik Whitfield   ...   Dante
James Remar   ...   Det. Rogers
Danny Trejo   ...   Frankie Makina
Paul Calderon   ...   Det. Jenkins
Hassan Johnson   ...   Clinton
and
John Larroquette   ...   Sam Boedecker
Mike Malin   ...   ATF Agent Monroe
Mark Famiglietti   ...   ATF Agent Peterson
Josh Carrizales   ...   Valentine
Michael Matthias   ...   Massimo
EJ Scalzi   ...   Yuppie
Christa Campbell   ...   News Reporter 1
Kristin Kandrac   ...   News Reporter 2
La La Vazquez   ...   Mona
Jason Remar   ...   Policeman
Gil Medina   ...   Frankie's Enforcer
Ulysses Terrero   ...   Frankie's Enforcer
Malik Barnhardt   ...   Ali
Alton Clinton   ...   Ali's Crew 1
Dana Clinton   ...   Ali's Crew 2
Larry Tankson   ...   Doorman
Anthony Kennedy   ...   Rich's Dad
Elise Neal   ...   Rich's Mom

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